Chemical Resistance Guide

NOTE: This chemical resistance chart is presented as a guide only. This does not consider permeability of glove, chemical combinations, temperature, length of time that glove is in contact with the chemical and thickness of glove. These factors will alter or affect the performance of glove. We recommend actual testing of the glove.

Please see key indicators at the bottom of the page.

Acetaldehyde F P NR
Acetic Acid G G F
Acetone G NR NR
Acetonitrile F NR NR
Ammonium Hydroxide <30%* G E E
Amyle Acetate F E P
Amyl Alcohol G G NR
Aniline P NR F
Animal Fats P E G
Battery Acids G E E
Benzaldehyde F NR NR
Benzene NR P NR
Benzoly Chloride P NR NR
Butane P E P
Butyl Acetate P F NR
Butyl Alcohol E P G
Butyl Cellusolve* E E NR
Carbolic Acid P P G
Carbon Disulfide NR NR NR
Carbon Tetrachloride NR G NR
Castor Oil E E E
Cellosole Acetate G G NR
Cellosole Solvent E G NR
Chlorobenzene NR NR NR
Chloroform NR F NR
Chloronaphalens NR F NR
Chlorothene VG NR F P
Chromic Acid NR F G
Citric Acid E E E
Cottonseed Oil P E G
Cresole P G F
Cutting Oil F E P
Cyclohexane P E P
Cyclohexanol P E G
Dibutyl Phthalate P G G
Diethylamie NR F NR
Di-Isobutyl Ketone P E P
Dimethyl Formamide (DMF) E NR NR
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) E E NR
Dicotyl Phthalate (DOP) P G NR
Dioxane F NR NR
Ethyl Acetate P NR NR
Ethyl Alcohol E E G
Ethylene Dichloride P NR NR
Ethylene Glycol E E E
Ethyl Ether NR E NR
Ethylene Trichloride P P NR
Formaldehyde E E E
Formic Acid E F E
Freon NR F NR
Furfural E NR NR
Gasoline NR E P
Gylcerine E E E
Hexane NR E NR
Hydraulic Fluid Petro. Based P E G
Hydraulic Fluid Ester Based P P P
Hydrazine 65% G E E
Hydrochloric Acid* G E E
Hydrofluoric Acid G E E
Hydrogen Peroxide E E E
Hydroquinone G E E
Isobutyl Alcohol E E F
Iso-Octane NR E P
Isopropyl Alcohol* E E G
Kerosene P E F
Lactic Acid E E E
Lauric Acid G E F
Linoleic Acid P E G
Linseed Oil P E E
Maleic Acid P E G
Methyl Acetate P P NR
Methyl Alcohol E E G
Methylamine E E E
Methylene Bromide NR NR NR
Methylene Chloride NR NR NR
Methyl Cellosolve P F -
Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) G NR NR
Methylisobutyl Ketone F P NR
Methyl Methacrylate P P NR
Mineral Oil P E F
Mineral Spirits NR E F
Monoethanolamine G E E
Morpholine G NR NR
Muriatic Acids G G G
Naptha V.M & P. NR E P
Nitric Acid <30% G P G
Nitric Acid 70% F NR F
Nitric Acid Red Fuming P NR P
Nitric Acid White Fuming P NR P
Nitrobenzene P NR NR
Nitromethane G F P
Nitropropane E NR NR
Octyl Alcohol G E F
Oleic Acid P E F
Paint Remover F G P
Palmitic Acid G G G
Pentachlorophenol P E F
Pentane P E NR
Perchloric Acid 60% P E E
Potassium Hydroxide <50%* E G E
Printing Ink G E F
Propyl Acetate P F NR
Propyl Alcohol E E F
Perchloroethylene NR G NR
Phenol G NR G
Phosphoric Acid* G E G
Picric Acid G E E
Propylene Oxide P NR NR
Rubber Solvent NR E NR
Sodium Hydroxide <50% E G G
Stoddard Solvent P E NR
Styrene* NR NR NR
Sulfuric Acid 95% NR NR G
Tannic Acid E E E
Tetrahydrofuran (THF) NR NR NR
Toluene NR G NR
Toluene Di-Isocyanate (TDI) P NR P
Trichloretylene (TCE) NR G NR
Triricrestyl Phosophate (TCP) G E F
Triethanolamine 85% (TEA) G E E
Tung Oil
Turbine Oil P G F
Turpentine P E P
Vegetable Oil P E F
Xylene NR G NR
P = Poor
F = Fair
G = Good
E = Excellent
NR = Not Recommended
*Basic chemicals used for cleaning